23 January 2023 • Mark Westall
Art Brussels 2023 reveals galleries, the 39th edition of Art Brussels will take place from Thursday 20th April to Sunday 23 April 2023.
8 September 2022 • Mark Westall
Joe Bradley’s large-scale, gestural paintings challenge the legacy of Abstract Expressionism and record the history of the studio while the new… Read More
4 August 2022 • Mark Westall
From 8th-11th September, 47 art galleries around Brussels will be open to the public as part of the Brussels Gallery… Read More
Christopher Wool a new large-scale exhibition exhibited in the newly expanded Xavier Hufkens Brussels
12 July 2022 • Mark Westall
A new large-scale exhibition by American artist Christopher Wool spanning four floors of the expanded Xavier Hufkens flagship space in… Read More
31 May 2022 • Mark Westall
Marking its 35th anniversary, Xavier Hufkens is re-opening its gallery at 6 rue St-Georges, its flagship location in Brussels, following a two-year transformation… Read More
29 March 2022 • Mark Westall
To Mark its 35th anniversary, Xavier Hufkens will be opening a new gallery at 6 rue St-Georges, Brussels, following a two-year transformation led… Read More
1 September 2021 • Mark Westall
From 9th-12th September, the Brussels Gallery Weekend is bringing an ambitious programme with a mix of sculpture, photography, painting and performances.
1 April 2021 • Mark Westall
Xavier Hufkens is pleased to announce the representation of American artist Joe Bradley. The artist will continue to be represented by Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zurich and is also newly represented by Petzel Gallery in New York.
25 March 2021 • Mark Westall
This exhibition at MARUANI MERCIER brings Stefan BRÜGGEMANN’s Hyper-Palimpsest and On KAWARA’s Today series together for the first time. The works share a central concern in their engagement with the experience of time and being in the world.
Omar Ba, rising star of the African scene presents an exclusive group of paintings more critical than ever.
8 February 2021 • Mark Westall
For his new exhibition in Brussels, Omar Ba, rising star of the African scene, presents an exclusive group of paintings more critical than ever. An original and striking portrait of the continent, the show explores the fragility of democracy and individual freedoms.
27 October 2020 • Mark Westall
In her new exhibition, Detail of Love Tracey Emin explores love, loss and longing through two distinct bodies of work: a group of large-scale paintings and a series of poignant gouaches created in her London home.
26 January 2020 • Paul Carey-Kent
The 133-gallery Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts Fair (26 Jan – 2 Feb) is wide-ranging: more ancient, classical and modern than contemporary, but covering many areas and eras of art, design and collectibles
8 January 2020 • Mark Westall
In this oftentimes humorous and all too relevant project, Soleimani examines power, exploitation, and oil in works that feature queer models wearing masks of Western leaders and ministers of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)